Kim Jong Nam | Alias Facebook account shut down

A Facebook account that appears to be owned by the recently assassinated half-brother of the North Korean leader has surfaced under the alias confirmed by Malaysian authorities, Kim

Lilau mansion on the market, bids start at HKD250m

One of the houses most symbolic of Macau’s historical center has been listed for sale. Bidding on the Lilau mansion, a three-story building facing the

Medical malpractice law to be enforced from February 26

Laws relating to medical malpractice are expected to be enforced starting from February 26, following the assessment from the Executive Council (ExCo). The information was

China casino crackdown infects Sydney as Star VIP turnover hit

China’s clampdown on overseas casino operators is being felt in Sydney as Star Entertainment Group Ltd. reported a slump in its international high-rollers business after the detention of

Human rights | Report says lawyers beaten, arrested

Lawyers who defend human rights activists and dissidents targeted by China’s communist government have increasingly themselves become subject to political prosecutions, violence and other means of suppression,

Days in Macau | Kim Jong Nam led low-key lifestyle in city’s downtown

Kim Jong Nam was rumored to have lived in Macau for around a decade after he fell out of favor with the North Korean regime,

Tam confirms Central Library will be built at Old Court Building

The new Central Library will definitely be built on the site of the Old Court Building and former Judiciary Police headquarters in central Macau, the Secretary for

SSM agrees with revamped smoking lounges inside casinos

The revamp of smoking lounges in casinos “is a step forward,” Health Bureau (SSM) acting Director Cheang Seng Ip said yesterday during a press conference, which outlined

IMF commends region’s economic resilience

The International Monetary Fund (IMF) concluded the 2016 Article IV Consultation with the Macau SAR and published its Staff Report yesterday, Macau time, reinforcing the preliminary assessment

G20 meeting | World’s diplomats seeking reassurance from US

Foreign ministers from most of the world’s leading powers are heading to a diplomatic summit of the Group of 20 industrialized and emerging economies in Germany,

Kim Jong Un brother murdered while awaiting Macau bound flight

Kim Jong Nam, the older brother of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, was attacked at Kuala Lumpur’s airport and died on the way to a

Health Bureau admits improving smoking lounges is ‘step forward’

The Health Bureau (SSM) has responded to a press conference regarding a study conducted by the University of Macau (UM) on the casino smoking ban,

Courts | Prosecution adds new evidence against Ho Chio Meng

Another session in the trial of the region’s former top prosecutor, Ho Chio Meng, took place yesterday at Macau’s Court of Final Appeal, following an adjournment since

Singapore still sees value in F1, tourism chief says

Singapore is still interested in hosting the Formula One race if the terms are right, and discussions on keeping the event in the Southeast Asian nation

USA | Profile – Flynn, fired once by a president, now resigns to another

Fired by one American commander in chief for insubordination, Michael Flynn has now delivered his resignation to another. President Donald Trump had been weighing the fate

Light rail chief to be hired from abroad

A Transportation Infrastructure Office (GIT) representative acknowledged that at the moment there are no local people with the needed skills to run the Macau Light Rapid